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Housefires Return With New Single “Only Jesus” Feat. Chandler Moore, DOE & Kirby Kaple

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Today, Billboard Christian chart-toppers, Housefires release their new single, “Only Jesus” – lifted from their forthcoming 2023 project, HOW TO START A HOUSEFIRE. “Only Jesus” is available wherever music is sold and streamed today. The forthcoming album, HOW TO START A HOUSEFIRE, is available now for pre-order.

“Only Jesus,” which features Chandler Moore, DOE and Kirby Kaple, reminds listeners that the material things which many people consider important can be taken away as long as there is access to Jesus. Known for rewriting the worship landscape of America, Housefires creates a God-inspired moment by using limited instrumentation and an unrefined sound to deliver the song’s intensity and passion.

Housefires originated at Grace Midtown Church in Atlanta, Georgia. The collective has released seven live albums since their self-titled debut in 2014. Housefires continues to embrace a more unrefined sound free of the safety and restraints that a normal studio and even live recording set often offers. Since the unprecedented success of Housefires’ launch, the group has continued its mission of writing and releasing songs and sounds that are birthed from what God is doing in their midst as a collective.

The album, How To Start a Housefire strips away the veneer and illusion of “success and fame” within the music industry and reminds listeners of the mission of the collective. Housefires continues to showcase their raw and unrefined sound that’s free of the safety and restraints that a typical studio project offers.

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